Batch No.2 Shiraz

You'll be blown away!

Batch No.2 Shiraz

2010, South Australia Australia
  • It's back! One final shipment of one of the best red wine buys we've seen in the last 12 months. Prepare to be blown away!
  • A smokin' hot parcel of Shiraz release from an exceptional 2010 vintage in South Australia, bottled under the "Batch series" label (our lips are sealed on the producer's name!)
  • Single vineyard estate in the Clare Valley, hand picked, aged for 18 months in French oak - it's incredibly flash stuff for $15!
  • Under its original label across the ditch it sells for $30, has SEVEN Gold medals, TWO Trophies and 93/100 James Halliday rating!
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    RRP $29

    $14.99

    Out of stock

    This one's a sell out! Guess we'll have to wait and see what Batch No.3 brings...

    We’re absolutely stoked to be able to land one final shipment of one of the best red wine buys of the last 12 months – and we don’t throw that phrase around lightly. This is the wine that saw customers buy a case and come back for two, that says it all really!

    Boy, we thought the first release under this exciting “Batch” series label was good. Then the second came along (yep, they called it Batch No.2 Shiraz!) and we were simply blown away. If you were lucky to grab a case of the first release in the “Batch” series you’ll already know what we’re talking about when we say this is some seriously, seriously good wine for $15!

    A smokin’ hot parcel of wine sourced from an exceptional 2010 vintage in South Australia and produced from a single vineyard estate in the Clare Valley, hand picked, aged for 18 months in French and American oak – this is flash stuff alright!

    The true identity of the producer has been kept under wraps but under its original label in Aussie this sells for close to $30 and has a stunning SEVEN Gold medals, TWO Trophies and a 93/100 James Halliday rating to its name! Wow!

    If you’re into big, rich Aussie reds packed full of fruit you should be all over this, it’s an absolute blockbuster. We honestly don’t think any other Australian Shiraz around the $15 mark can come close to it. Grab a case now but trust us, you’ll be back! Drink it now but if cellaring’s your thing this one will develop over the next 15 years!

    The Lowdown: 14.5% alc / 750ml / Screwcap
    Browse Wine | Red | Shiraz | 2010 | Mystery Wine

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